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Friday, April 4th, 2008
Coldwater native, scientist receives $4.5 M to study neurodegenerative disorders
By William Kincaid
As a child, Coldwater native Eric Kremer had big dreams about his future: he wanted to be, like most young boys, a professional basketball or baseball player.
Second on his list was a scientist. Lucky for his research staff of 150 in a medium-sized lab in France, he couldn't dribble left-handed or hit a curve ball. [
Parkway rallies from early deficit for road victory
By Ryan Hines
A five-run first inning wasn't enough for the Celina softball team.
Parkway shook off an early deficit and held Celina scoreless for the final six innings en route to a 6-5 road win at Eastview Park on a rainy and cold Thursday.
The Panthers jumped on top quickly against Celina freshman pitcher Amanda Hoying scoring three runs in the first inning with the benefit of just one hit. [
Obituaries on April 4th, 2008
Vera Geneva "Penny" Hageman, 84, of Celina, died at 8:45 p.m. April 2, 2008, at a daughter's home in Celina. [
Marsha Klingshirn, 61, 5560 Miller Road, Celina, died at 6:20 p.m. April 2, 2008, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton. Death was due to a heart attack. [
John M. "Jack" Whitling Sr., 80, of Spencerville, died April 2, 2008.
He was [
Local pictures on April 4th, 2008
Subscriber only stories on April 4th, 2008
Mercer elections board asked to make fixes before November
Farmers still have over a week to apply for funds
Mendon poet observes landmark birthday
One run was enough for Archer and the Panthers
Heitbrinks highlight Minster win
High-octane offense is on the way at Versailles
St. Henry picks up road win at St. Marys
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